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Tusk proposes two-year EU reform blitz, new working methods at summits

Euractive general - Mer, 18/10/2017 - 07:07
EU President Donald Tusk on Tuesday (17 October) proposed an ambitious timeline of 13 summits over the next two years to reboot the European Union after the shock of Brexit and other setbacks.
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The engineering industry is critical to EU and UK [Sponsored]

Euractive general - Mer, 18/10/2017 - 07:03
Brexit poses three important challenges for the engineering industry: customs handling, differing standards, and restrictions for posted workers.
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More than half of EU biodiesel made from imported crops, study finds

Euractive general - Mer, 18/10/2017 - 06:51
Some 53% of EU biodiesel is made with imported feedstock, according to a recent analysis of European Commission data by NGO Transport and Environment, and almost half of imported palm oil is burned in car engines.
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MEP: EU needs common standards for digital transport, data management

Euractive general - Mer, 18/10/2017 - 06:49
Europe will have to work hard against competitors in China and the US to be a global leader in digital solutions for transport, an MEP involved in the issue told EURACTIV.com in an interview. Legislation must ensure common standards across the EU for transport to flow freely, she stressed.
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EU farmers ready campaigns to highlight lack of alternative to glyphosate

Euractive general - Mer, 18/10/2017 - 06:40
European farmers are raising the pressure on the European Commission and the member states to extend the licence of weed-killer glyphosate as there is no alternative on the market and a ban could increase overhead costs, they claim.
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UK needs to put ‘efficiency first’ after release of Clean Growth Strategy

Euractive general - Mer, 18/10/2017 - 06:37
UK energy policy is in flux after its government last week launched its long-term Clean Growth Strategy for decarbonising the economy. Now is a good time to take stock and rethink energy policy, insist Jan Rosenow and Richard Cowart.
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Polish minister accuses EU of ‘spreading lies’ in logging case

Euractive general - Mer, 18/10/2017 - 06:27
Illegal logging in an ancient Polish forest has been blown out of proportion by the European Commission, which “spread lies" and "manipulated the facts", according to Poland’s environment minister, who insisted on yet another hearing as part of an ongoing legal case.
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Migration policies risk pushing more children underground

Euractive general - Mer, 18/10/2017 - 06:11
Seven refugee children tried to kill themselves in Sweden last February, three of them succeeded. Mental health issues are widespread among migrant and refugee children across Europe, writes Karen Mets.
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Malta, il figlio della blogger uccisa: «Paese mafioso. Questa è guerra»

Corriere della Sera - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 22:30
Matthew Caruana Galizia (Premio Pulitzer): «Il premier Muscat è un clown». La rabbia per la gioia su web del poliziotto, poi rimosso dall'incarico. La Commissione Ue: «Inorriditi». Assange promette 20mila euro a chi darà informazioni sull'assassinio
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Siria, Raqqa è stata liberata: cade la capitale dell’Isis

Corriere della Sera - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 19:11
Lo riferisce l'Osservatorio per i diritti umani (Ondus): Le milizie filo-Usa hanno issato la propria bandiera all'interno dello stadio, ultimo bastione dell'Isis
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Aid campaigners put pressure on MEPs ahead of budget vote

Euractive general - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 17:08
Ahead of the European Parliament's vote on the EU's draft 2018 general budget next Wednesday (26 October), campaigners have put pressure on MEPs not to reduce the EU’s development aid.
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The Brief: Accelerating the Brexit circle

Euractive general - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 16:53
Theresa May was dispatched to Brussels last night for dinner with Jean-Claude Juncker but the outcome of the “friendly” meet-up only served to illustrate nicely the Brexit talks so far: completely lacking in substance. A free meal's a free meal though.
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Corea del Nord, Kim pronto a nuovi lanci. Gli Usa: «Pronti a intercettare un missile». I dubbi degli esperti

Corriere della Sera - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 16:37
Il regime di Pyongyang ha spostato trenta scud: potrebbe lanciarli e saturare le capacità di difesa avversarie. Le esercitazioni condotte fino ad oggi dagli Stati Uniti non siano state sufficienti a dimostrare l’assoluta efficacia dell’«ombrello». E un fallimento avrebbe un effetto politico e strategico devastante
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Malta, bomba nell’auto: uccisa Daphne Caruana Galizia, la giornalista che denunciava la corruzione

Corriere della Sera - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 15:31
53 anni, aveva condotto diverse inchieste su giri sospetti di denaro e scandali
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Malta, giornalista uccisa: una bomba nell’auto per fermare Daphne. L’ultimo post: «Corrotti ovunque»

Corriere della Sera - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 15:26
La blogger uccisa da una esplosione mentre era nella sua auto. Aveva denunciato il governo di centrosinistra di corruzione. Il premier Muscat ha annunciato una conferenza stampa
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La morte di Daphne Caruana Galizia: la lunga scia di sangue a Malta

Corriere della Sera - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 15:25
La fine della giornalista blogger uccisa con un’autobomba, rientra in uno scenario tetro che va oltre i confini dell’isola
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The EU is not to blame for the rise of the far right

Euractive general - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 14:41
Only a few months ago, experts called it a day on the rise of the far right. The lacklustre performance of populists in France and the Netherlands was taken as evidence of their demise. But this complacency has proved to be misplaced, writes Evgeny Pudovkin.
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Cyprus set to come in from the cold and end energy isolation

Euractive general - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 12:51
Cyprus is due to end its energy isolation after it agreed with fellow EU member Greece to press on with an undersea electricity cable, which will also link the island to Israel in the hope of tapping into significant gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean.
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UK supports staying in Euratom nuclear treaty after Brexit

Euractive general - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 12:48
A majority of British people oppose the government's plan for the UK to leave the Euratom nuclear treaty after Brexit, a new survey has found.
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Silicones – enabling the next big leap in prosthetics and health [Sponsored]

Euractive general - Mar, 17/10/2017 - 12:00
Silicones play a very important role in healthcare, enabling the development of advanced technologies through innovation. They are a key part of medical devices such as artificial hearts and electronic prostheses.
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